Less than 60 days to go to the Asia Contemporary Art Show! Happening at the heart of Hong Kong Art Week alongside Art Basel and Art Central, the Show takes place on March 29th– April 1st, 2019.

Browse and buy artworks from some of the world's most interesting and promising artists. Presented across 85 art living spaces are the most compelling contemporary art being produced today, the Show includes over 2,000 original paintings, limited editions, sculpture, and photography. Highlights of the show include special sectors Intersections: China and Artist Dialogues. Advance-purchase tickets are now available on HK TICKETING.


Akshita Gandhi



Akshita Gandhi (b.1988) continues to leave her mark by pursuing the belief of giving back to the community and recently founded the Dua Foundation, a social enterprise that aims to empower vulnerable members of society by providing them a platform which will enable them to gain financial independence through their art and craft skills.

Gandhi completed her IB from the American School of Bombay and then graduated from the Lotus Institute in Dubai with an MA in Fine Arts. Gandhi’s first private art exhibition was held in Mumbai, India in 2003 where she displayed a varied range of landscapes in oil on canvas, the proceeds were donated to an old age home in Karjat.


Eun hee Min

South Korea

Eun hee Min’s work is about communication and relationships. It is about people that she knows from her generation, who in order to survive in society isolate themselves from it, and expend all their energy. It makes the artist think about you, me, and our shared space and time. Simplified and exaggerated facial expressions that bring back nostalgic memories of the faces of family and friends naturally appear in Min’s work, and emphasize once again the importance of being human.

Min graduated with a bachelors degree in Fine Arts majoring in Craft and a masters degree in Art education from the Kangwon National University in Chuncheon, Korea. Min has held four solo exhibitions since 2016.

Elizabeth Langreiter



Elizabeth Langreiter’s art journey began in a rather unusual way. Langreiter had zero interest in art before being hit on the head with a tennis ball during a competitionand then had the sudden urge to start painting. The artist connects this to “Acquired savant syndrome”which is a condition where “dormant savant skills emerge after a brain injury or disease...where few such skills were evident before.”

In 2016, Langreiter was selected as one of the top 100 Australian emerging artists. The artist’s works are held in private collections across the globe. She has also exhibited in many galleries in Australiaand was selected as a finalist in the Hunters Hill Art Prize.